Enterprise Performance Management

A Sophisticated CPM Solution

With the influx of technologies available, the finance department's role has changed. New tools and technologies appear to enter the market daily. CFOs must focus beyond just their...

Is Custom Really King?

With the endless amount of information available at our fingertips, today’s consumer is more price-conscious than ever. Consumers instinctively search for promo codes before making an...

Using FDMEE Multi Dimension Mapping

In old FDM if there was ever a need to source two fields for an exception mapping, it was required to write a script to resolve this issue so that the scripted member would then be able to...

FDMEE / FDM - Map One Source Account to Multiple Target Accounts

What do you do when one line item provides more information than only one destination Point of View?

Using Batch & MaxL Scripts to Build a Simple Data Utility

Introduction

Loading data to Essbase cubes can be done in many ways. Oracle provides a number of applications that can perform this task. One of such tools is MaxL. Combining Maxl Scripts...

On-Premise to Cloud FDMEE Integration

At a recent engagement, we needed to load Actuals from a Hyperion Financial Management (HFM) application to a new Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service (PBCS) application. Oracle had...

FCCS & HFM: Similarities & Differences

With the release of FCCS, Oracle has shifted focus from its on premise-based consolidation solution, HFM, to a cloud-focused solution. FCCS isn’t quite “HFM in the cloud”, however, it is a...

Reconciling Data: What is the Best Approach?

Most organizations severely underestimate what it takes to reconcile data. They often don’t consider how much historical data is needed and other items that need to be accounted for. The...

Hyperion Financial Management (HFM) Architecture

Whether you are in the process of selecting a tool for your organization’s consolidation and reporting needs, conceptualizing the application design for an in-progress implementation, or...